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Alberta Pharmacy Students' Association (APSA)

Alberta Pharmacy Students' Association (APSA) is the group responsible for representing the interests of undergraduate pharmacy students enrolled in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta.

Alzheimer's Students Association (ASA)

Alzheimer’s Students Association University of Alberta will educate and fundraise for the Alzheimer Society of Canada (Alberta/NWT) in order to raise awareness and assist with ongoing research within the field of dementia.

Brain Awareness Movement (BAM)

The Brain Awareness Movement (BAM) is a student group on campus focusing on raising awareness about the brain and brain injury.

Brain Waves Edmonton (BWE)

The University of Alberta, School of Public Health is proudly undertaking the nationally recognised Brain Waves NGO initiative in Edmonton. Our vision is to inform and free child patients of life-debilitating brain injuries in hospital care.

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Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Youth Action Committee, University of Alberta (CBCF YAC)

The Youth Action Committee educates those on campus regarding the breast cancer and fundraises to support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation in its goals.

Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research University of Alberta (CANFAR)

The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) - University of Alberta Chapter, is a student group dedicated to increasing the awareness of HIV/AIDS and raising funds to contribute to the CANFAR. Email:

Canadian Mental Health Association Student Group (CMHA-ER Student Group)

The CMHA student group works to promote mental health and mental illness awareness. We would like to educate students about ways to maintain good mental health, different mental illnesses and resources available to students, friends and family.

Canadian National Institute for the Blind Youth Committee (CNIB Youth Committee)

The CNIB Youth Committee works in association with the CNIB to provide Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with the support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want.

Canadian Obesity Network - Students and New Professionals, University of Alberta Chapter (CON-SNP, UofA)

CON-SNP UofA seeks to connect and engage students and new professionals across disciplines for the advancement of obesity education, research, treatment, and management.

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